‘I’VE EATEN SOME­THING VERY BAD… HU­MANS’ What can­ni­bal killer said to cops

Midweek Sport - - WEEK­END SPORT -

WELL, by this time next week the next U.S. Pres­i­dent will have been cho­sen.

There are just six days to go now un­til the vote that ev­ery­one is talk­ing about fi­nally hap­pens.

I’m still lost for words at the fact it is be­tween those two – how can Hil­lary Clin­ton and Don­ald Trump se­ri­ously be the best a coun­try like Amer­ica has to of­fer?!

To be per­fectly hon­est, I’m glad I’m not an Amer­i­can as I re­ally don’t have a clue who I’d vote for!

It seems to be a case of pick­ing the lesser of two evils, but I gen­uinely hope that Trump doesn’t win it.

The thought of that Tan­goed man as the leader of one of the big­gest world pow­ers just doesn’t bear think­ing about. A KILLER told cops who were ar­rest­ing him he had just EATEN his vic­tims.

Austin Har­rouff al­legedly stabbed to death Michelle Mish­con, 53, and John Stevens, 59, in their home.

When he was nicked the 19-year-old stu­dent told po­lice: “I’ve eaten some­thing very bad.”

When they asked him what it was, he replied: “Hu­mans.”

Court doc­u­ments from an ap­pli­ca­tion for a search war­rant de­tail the brief ex­change be­tween Har­rouff and of­fi­cers when they ar­rived at the crime scene. DREAMS: Har­rouff claims he has heard voices

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